Shaikh Ahmed Research Group

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

 


Device Innovation through Scientific Computing

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Semiconductor devices are foundation of the electronic industry and the informational society. Research in Professor Ahmedís group at SIU encompasses mainly the area of computational nanoelectronics and involves multiscale modeling of dynamically-coupled charge and phonon transport processes in emerging electronic, photonic, and energy harvesting semiconducting devices. The goal is three-fold: a) better understand the underlying physical processes; b) explore and exploit the enhanced degrees-of-freedom available at nanoscale for performance and reliability optimization; and c) develop cyber-enabled community nanoelectronics simulation software. We make extensive use of advanced algorithms and state-of-the-art high-performance computing cluster and CPU/GPGPU distributed computing platforms.

 
Contact:
Shaikh S. Ahmed, PhD
Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
2013 Dean Juh Wah Chen Outstanding Faculty of Engineering
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
1230 Lincoln Drive
Mail Code 6603
Carbondale, IL 62901
 
Office: Engineering E222
Telephone: (618) 453-7630
Fax: (618) 453-7972
Email: ahmed@siu.edu
 
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